Dawlish poet and children's author, Graham Burchell, had an article published about him and his recent children's book, "Chester and the Green Pig" in the May issue of Devon Today magazine. The book is the third of four fantasy novels he has written for children. The first two were very English and featured a lot of west country sounds. This was a bit hard-going for American ears. By this time he was living in Houston, Texas. The irony is that the next two books, which the author described as twenty-first century American Alice in Wonderlands, were written with an American audience in mind, and lo and behold Graham finds himself back in Dawlish. Actually, he's perfectly happy with that. Further details on his website.